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400. I Have Decided to Follow Jesus

1 I have decided to follow Jesus,
I have decided to follow Jesus,
I have decided to follow Jesus -
No turning back, (no turning back,) no turning back!

2 Though none go with me, still I will follow,
though none go with me, still I will follow,
though none go with me, still I will follow -
No turning back, (no turning back,) no turning back!

3 The world behind me, the cross before me,
The world behind me, the cross before me,
The world behind me, the cross before me -
No turning back, (no turning back,) no turning back!

Text Information
First Line: I have decided to follow Jesus
Title: I Have Decided to Follow Jesus
Publication Date: 2001
Scripture:
Topic: Cross: of the believer
Source: Ascribed to an Indian prince; as sung in Garo, Assam
Language: English
Refrain First Line: No turning back
Tune Information
Name: ASSAM
Composer: Paul B. Smith
Harmonizer: Norman Johnson
Meter: 10 10 101 8
Key: C Major
Source: Indian Folk melody
Copyright: © 1963, Singspiration Music (ASCAP)



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